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CNET's guide to keeping your information private online

Between Facebook, your email and your browsing history, you're putting, and leaving, a lot of your personal information online. Here's how to get a handle on keeping it private.

By January 28, 2016


FBI may not need warrants to search e-mails

Newly released government documents show that the FBI and Justice Department believe they don't need a search warrant to review Americans' e-mails, Facebook chats, or Twitter direct messages. CNET's Kara Tsuboi and Declan McCullagh have the Inside Scoop.

By May 8, 2013


IRS remains mum on taxpayers' e-mail privacy rights

The IRS is not answering questions about internal documents showing the agency believes Americans have "generally no privacy" in their e-mail, Facebook chats, and Twitter direct messages.

By April 15, 2013


Justice Department bends on (some) e-mail privacy fixes

But the administration will tell Congress tomorrow that the feds need more surveillance powers over e-mail messages, Twitter direct messages, and Facebook direct messages in other ways.

By March 18, 2013


How to e-mail images directly from iPhoto '11

Learn how to use iPhoto to e-mail photos.

By June 30, 2011


Google starts placing ads directly in Gmail inboxes

Trying a new method of making money off its free e-mail service, the Internet giant has begun putting ads in Gmail's "promotions" category.

By July 22, 2013


E-mails to Apple Byte

We promised you an e-mail episode to get direct access to our brains, so let's jump in!

By December 23, 2010


Combine and organize your e-mail accounts

Integrate your Outlook, Gmail, Hotmail, and other e-mail addresses and direct less-important messages to folders outside your inbox so the mail you need to see right now appears first.

By November 1, 2010


Google adds more social integration for Chrome iOS app

With its first update to the Chrome iOS app, Google introduces direct sharing through e-mail or on Facebook, Google+, and Twitter

By August 23, 2012


Charlie Sheen Twitter fail: He tweets his phone number

According to the Daily Mail, the "winning" actor meant to direct message Justin Bieber, but accidentally sent it out as a normal tweet for all to see. He eventually removed the post from his profile, but not before getting hundreds of calls and text messages.

By December 12, 2011